Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to pupils during a visit to Reach Academy Feltham, in south west London, Britain July 12, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Matthews/Pool
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Cameron will step aside Wednesday after losing the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union. The next prime minister, Theresa May, is seeking to bring calm to Britain after upheaval following the unexpected result.Ministers – including May – gathered for Cameron's 215th and final weekly Cabinet session Tuesday, the day after she was confirmed as the new Conservative leader and prime minister-in-waiting.Culture Secretary John Whittingdale said there had been a "touch of sadness" to the meeting, which saw May and Treasury chief George Osborne lead tributes to Cameron.May spent the day considering the makeup of her own Cabinet before she moves into 10 Downing Street on Wednesday.May supported remaining in the EU, but has promised to give prominent "leave" campaigners key Cabinet roles in a bid to heal the party's longstanding split over Europe.
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